Employment Opportunities

Thank you for your interest in Catholic Charities Archdiocese of New Orleans. Catholic Charities Archdiocese of New Orleans is an equal opportunity employer. In addition to full-time and part-time employment, there are a variety of ways you can take part in our mission of service to the poor and vulnerable. Learn more about Volunteer Opportunities and Internships with Catholic Charities.

Employment listings are updated weekly. Last Update: December 15, 2017

TO APPLY:
Email your resume and cover letter to ccanohr@ccano.org.
You may also fax this information to (504) 310-6945.
Please include the job title and program in your subject line.

Catholic Charities Archdiocese of New Orleans has openings for the following positions.
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ESL 

ESL Success Coach (PRN)
 Catholic Charities Archdiocese of New Orleans (CCANO) has been offering English as a Second Language (ESL) classes for over 15 years.  ESL classes are offered to adults in the greater metropolitan region.  The position involves regular travel to sites in Greater New Orleans area.  The ESL Success Coach reports directly to the ESL Program Manager. Individual will coordinate testing operations, ensure that program staff are compliant with grant and agency policies and procedures, assist in developing clear and streamlined testing protocols, oversee testing, and conduct individualized assessment, goal planning and on-going coaching to ensure client success.

Essential Job Responsibilities May Include but are Not Limited to:

  • Conduct comprehensive career counseling services with each client to establish desired goals/outcomes and follow-up as needed;
  • Administer and keep records of CASAS pre- and post-tests to measure and asses ESL literacy gains;
  • Develop and manage relationships with partner agencies and community-based organizations in order to make proper referrals;
  • Manage appointment schedules; filing deadlines and document collection; organize, maintain, and update clients’ case files in software;
  • Manage implementation of CASAS test preparation with teachers and clients;
  • Maintain communication with clients, volunteers, and staff
  • Maintain thorough records of progress, contacts, and client goals and outcomes;
  • Assisting with special projects and other tasks, as necessary.

Qualifications:

  • Available to work evenings (most classes run 6:00 to 8:30 PM) and occasional weekends;
  • Bilingual in Spanish and English (written and oral) required. Proficiency in Portuguese, Arabic, Farsi, French or other languages valued;
  • BS/BA with background in social work, business, Latin American/Middle Eastern/World Studies, or related field from an accredited institution preferred;
  • Minimum of 1 year of relevant experience in ESL/adult education
  • Experience with CASAS eTests a plus or must be willing to learn the database/software;
  • Creative, committed, flexible, team player attitude, energetic, willingness to accept the challenges of the challenging and rewarding workload
  • Cultural competence and a good understanding of diverse immigrant populations, as well as sensitivity to the special needs of refugee adults and families; must maintain strict confidentiality regarding all client information.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, especially Word and Excel;
  • Ability to work independently with minimal supervision, and maintain professionalism and confidentiality;
  • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail for a fast-paced and high volume environment.
  • Access to reliable personal transportation required.

Job Status: Part-time

Application Deadline:  Hiring Immediately.

To apply, please email resume and cover letter to Sharon Moscoso at: smoscoso@ccano.org 

FINANCE 

Accounts Payable Bookkeeper
 Job duties are reviewing and verifying invoices and check request and entering them into the accounting system, researching and resolving invoices discrepancies and issues, communicating with vendors and programs personnel and responding to inquiries, and distributing accounts payable checks. Additional duties include sorting mail, preparing journal entries as needed, and performing others duties as directed by the supervisor. A high school diploma or GED with one to three years bookkeeping experience is necessary.

FOOD FOR FAMILIES/ FOOD FOR SENIORS

CDL Driver (Baton Rouge)
Responsible for activities related to delivery of commodity foods; assists in other activities related to receiving , storing, packing and delivering food, as needed; may assist serving participants at food sites; works with diverse groups of people. Position requires frequent lifting and moving; must be able to lift 50 lbs. High school diploma or equivalent, one year driving experience preferred. Needs to read and write legibly and use math skills. Must have medical exam and pass initial and random drug/alcohol screening. Valid Louisiana CDL license required. Need for Baton Rouge Louisiana.

Packer
Responsible for packing food boxes for participants and recording inventory of stored food items. Packers on mobile crew are also responsible for assisting in the loading and unloading of vehicles. Must be able to lift at least 40 pound boxes. High school diploma /GED preferred. Need to read and write legibly with basic math skills.

FOSTER GRANDPARENTS 

Program Director
Needed to manage the overall aspects of the program which includes screening and placement of stipend senior volunteers in over 30 community locations.  Responsible for monitoring all placed grandparents. Responsible for processing stipends and transportation reimbursements for all active grandparents.  Manages the funding of the program and seeks additional matching funding.  Bachelor of Arts degree in related field with prior experience working with senior citizens and volunteers.

GREENWALT

CNA
 Provide client care to include but not limited to, personal hygiene, assist clients with walking and wheelchair mobility, carries out programs as specified on the Client Plan of Care, Recreational/Leisure Activities, and data collection/documentation as directed. High School Diploma and Certification. Experience working with Elderly and Dementia and working with Intellectually Disabled.

Driver
Individual possesses knowledge and ability to safely opera a vehicle with established laws and regulations. Position requires the ability to communicate effectively with work personnel and clients. Ability to prepare/submit the required records and reports in a timely manner. Position involves transporting clients to and from the assigned destination and assist them n and off the vehicle ;( walk ons and wheelchairs). Complete deliveries and pickups; maintain the cleanliness of the vehicle, vehicle maintenance, food transport, and performs other duties as directed by the supervisor. Experience with mental disability population preferred. Must have valid CDL or Chauffer’s License. High School Diploma or GED preferred.

Program Manager
 Program Manager will carry out the individualized program plan for each participant. Monitor participant care to ensure it is appropriately administered. Will supervise Direct Support Staff. Assist with quarterly and annual assessments. Supervise volunteers and coordinate their visit. Manage the daily operations of the program including the purchases of food and other items. Work the Business. High School Diploma/Experience in supervision. Experience in working with the elderly and intellectually disabled.

HEAD START

Early Head Start Teacher (St. Paul)
The Early Head Start Teacher works under the supervision of the Center Director. The Early Head Start Teacher will be responsible for the organization of classroom space and equipment to meet the individual needs of children enrolled including the provision of activities in all areas reflecting Early Childhood Development practices, which encourage children to: initiate activities, solve problems, explore, experiment, question and learn by doing. Infant Toddler CDA. Associates Degree in Early Childhood Education preferred.

Early Head Start Teacher
The Early Head Start Teacher works under the supervision of the Center Director.  The Early Head Start Teacher will be responsible for the organization of classroom space and equipment to meet the individual needs of children enrolled including the provision of activities in all areas reflecting Early Childhood Development practices, which will encourage children to: initiate activities, solve problems, explore, experiment, question and learn by doing.

Required Knowledge & Abilities:

  1. Knowledge of infant and toddler growth and development, as well as Early Childhood Education and best practices.
  2. Ability to communicate proficiently in English with children, families, staff and community agencies and partners.
  3. Ability to understand and follow oral and written instruction and make mathematical computations and tabulations.
  4. Ability to operate modern office equipment (computer, fax, scanner, copier).
  5. Ability to operate Microsoft Word, Microsoft Outlook, and the internet.
  6. Knowledge of special needs of families and aware of ways to effectively communicate and assist them.
  7. Ability to be a mandated reporter for suspected child abuse or neglect.
  8. Ability to work in another position when needed.
  9. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to sit; stand; stoop; bend; walk; talk; hear; use hands to grip, type; reach with hands and arms, occasionally required to stand or walk on uneven surfaces; climb stairs; run.

Minimum Qualifications: Infant Toddler CDA credential with three years Early Childhood experience and ability to work continuously toward an Associate’s Degree in Early Childhood Education.  Proven proficiency in verbal and written communication skills.

Essential Functions:

  • Ensure classroom activities (including transitions) are age and developmentally appropriate, as well as aligned with the Head Start Philosophy.
  • Ensure classroom interactions are age and developmentally appropriate, as well as aligned with the Head Start Philosophy.
  • Ensure playground interactions are age and developmentally appropriate, as well as aligned with the Head Start Philosophy/Licensing Regulations.
  • Complete and submit lesson plans that reflect planning for individuals, small and large groups according to procedures, including IFSP (Individualized Family Service Plan) goals and objectives as needed.
  • Create a sense of community in the classroom through relationship building and allowing children to complete routine tasks.
  • Implement approved weekly lesson plan in the classroom daily.
  • Prepare materials and supplies in advance for activities.
  • Ensure that Teaching Strategies Gold reflects accurate information on each child.
  • Gather, maintain and review data toward Outcomes and School Readiness Goals three times per year in Teaching Strategies Gold according to program calendar.
  • Use screenings, ongoing assessments, information from parents and other staff to meet the learning needs of each child.
  • Complete daily experience sheets for each child throughout the day to keep parents informed about their child’s diapering, nap and feeding schedules.
  • Provide transition activities for each child according to procedure for children moving from room to room as well as into Head Start.
  • Provide a daily balanced schedule of child initiated and adult initiated activities.
  • Ensure that modifications are made to include children with special needs.
  • Promote and respect children and families’ culture by providing experiences and learning materials that are representative of children’s cultures.
  • Learn and express key words in children’s home language.
  • Ensure that all screenings, assessments, and observations on each child are conducted/completed according to program calendar and policies and procedures; ensuring all required information is contained in each child’s file.
  • Ensure classroom compliance with State Licensing Regulations, Head Start Performance Standards, CACFP (Child and Adult Care Food Program), and agency policies and procedures.
  • Participate in child staffings to discuss strengths, needs and goals for children and families.
  • Utilize computer and Child Plus program to enter, maintain and monitor data for recordkeeping and tracking purposes according to program calendar.
  • Monitor classroom and playground for health and safety concerns according to procedures.
  • Establish effective communication with families through monthly calendars, newsletters, home visits and parent/teacher conferences.
  • Complete daily health inspections and follow up documentation.
  • Complete and submit accident reports in the required timeframe.
  • Ensure sanitation, hygiene procedures and health practices are strictly adhered to daily and assist in the daily maintenance of the classroom.
  • Ensure CLASS (Classroom Assessment Scoring System) score for classroom is at or above established program threshold.
  • Mentor substitutes and volunteers.
  • Ensure family style dining.
  • Check emails a minimum of 2x daily.
  • Submit accurate and timely employee time, attendance and mileage reports.
  • Secure and document in-kind contributions, volunteer time, and community support.
  • Attend training and in-service as assigned.
  • Ensure all paperwork is accurate and submitted timely.
  • Adheres to agency’s HS/EHS confidentiality policy, professional ethics and standards, demonstrating work habits which comply with agency personnel policies and procedures.
  • Regular attendance and timely arrival to assigned work site.
  • Other duties, as assigned. 

Family Advocate
The Family Advocate is the outreach person for Catholic Charities Head Start Program, to families of the preschools of the community. She/he coordinates Parent Empowerment Programs and responsible for the Head Start Parental Involvement Program. She/he is responsible for compliance regulations in regard to Head Start Program. Primary responsibility for planning, organizing, and implementing the Family and Community Partnership service area. Recruits and enrolls children. Develops and implements Individualized Family Partnership agreements with parents. Acts as community liaison for the agency. Bachelors of Social Work. A Bachelor degree in a related field of study; or High School diploma or GED. Six credit hours in principles of social work, or case management, or ability to obtain credit within two years. Must have 3 years of experience in working with children and families; Fluent in written and spoken English preferred.

Family Advocate/Pre-Natal Counselor
 The Family Advocate is the outreach person for Catholic Charities Head Start Program, to families of the preschools of the community.  She/he coordinates Parent Empowerment Programs and responsible for the Head State Parental Involvement Program. She/he is responsible for compliance regulations in regard to Head Start Program. Primary responsibility for planning, organizing, and implementing the Family and Community Partnership service area. Recruits and enrolls children. Develops and implements Individualized Family Partnership agreements with parents. Acts as community liaison for the agency.

Knowledge:

This position requires strong organizational, interpersonal, and communication skills, as well as the ability to manage projects and be attentive to details.  It requires the ability to function independently as a leader, delegate and partner with a core management team.  The position requires a commitment to excellence in customer service and the ability to work in close collaboration with the Family Advocates. It requires dedication to ensuing the fulfillment of the mission and vision of the agency.

Family Advocates who enroll Head Start/Early Head Start children must have the knowledge and skill necessary to develop consistent, stable, and supportive relationships with young children and their families, and sufficient knowledge to implement the Head Start Performance Standards and other applicable regulations.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • A Bachelor degree in Social Work or a related field of study;
  • Must have 3 years of experience in working with children and families;
  • Fluent in written and spoken English.

Must also possess an understanding of the Head Start philosophy. Familiarity with child development or early childhood education.  Knowledge of community resources and the social services system. Experience organizing, implementing, and managing multiple responsibilities under pressure. Experience in the use of computer data base and/or word. Ability to manage time efficiently.

Essential Functions:

  1. Organizes, facilitates and conducts meetings and training sessions for staff and parents on social service issues and completing all documentation before and after events
  2. Assists parents in developing individualized short-and long-term goals and in accomplishing them.
  3. Assists in organizing and facilitating all Parent Committee and Policy Committee meetings according to federal HS guidelines, and provides training to parent representatives.
  4. Attends pre-service training; participates in CCANO pre-service training and maintains ongoing efforts for professional development.
  5. Maintains organized records of activities related to the Family Partnership Area, including but not limited to, family files.
  6. Coordinates efforts to encourage community members and parents as volunteers.
  7. Attends all center staffing, staff and management meetings.
  8. Ensures the delivery of social services, emergency and non-emergency services, directly or through referrals.
  9. Assists in the development and updating of the Community Resources Directory.
  10. Delivers one lesson per classroom per month to the students of the center on a topic approved by the Center Supervisor.
  11. Responds to children’s three-day absences and follows up according to procedure.
  12. Participate in or facilitate case management
  13. Submits accurate, timely reports as requested by center director or administration.
  14. Ensures absolute confidentiality with respect to information records concerning families and children.
  15. Performs ongoing recruitment, and documents accurately.
  16. Assists in the transition of students to Kindergarten or other child care facilities.
  17. Performs other duties, as requested.
  18. Develop and coordinate education parenting programs for preschool families.
  19. Provides a special focus for the needs of husbands and fathers.
  20. Establish and maintains relationships with early childhood education providers and community organizations to coordinate educational services.
  21. Counsel families on issues and problems related to parenting.
  22. Provides quarterly quality-monitoring services to all Catholic Charities Head Start programs to assure they meet all Federal and State mandates.
  23. Participates in parent meetings, workshops and seminars to remain current on issues that affect families.
  24. Implements the “Parents for Healthy Babies” curriculum with expectant mothers.
  25. Meets twice monthly with expectant mothers and makes referrals when appropriate.
  26. Assist expectant mothers with post-natal planning.

The statements above are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by a person in this position. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all duties that may be performed in such a position.

Additional Requirements:

Ability to pass a physical exam and TB test yearly.

Must be able to comply with background check, including fingerprints, as required by the agency and/or Louisiana Licensing Agency.

Visual acuity within professionally determined normal ranges, with correction if needed.

Must be free of communicable diseases and breathing impairments.

Manual dexterity sufficient to: manipulate cleaning supplies and equipment. Must have effective organizational, problem solving, and time management skills.

Ability to learn and comprehend information from Procedures Manuals and other materials.

Must be able to physically move through the center and classrooms. Ability to lift 55 pounds is required.

Successful experience working as an effective member of a team desirable. Experience successfully working with a culturally diverse staff & clients also desirable.

 
Head Start Special Education Assistant Teacher
The Head Start Special Education Assistant Teacher works under the supervision of the Disabilities Coordinator and along with Head Start Teacher in classroom. The Head Start Special Education Assistant Teacher assists with organizing classroom space and equipment to meet the individual needs of children enrolled.  The Head Start Special Education Assistant Teacher assists in planning, with supervisory staff members activities in all areas reflecting Early Childhood Development practices, which will encourage children to: initiate activities, solve problems, explore, experiment, question and learn by doing.

Required Knowledge and Abilities:

  1. Ability to communicate proficiently in English with children, families, staff and community agencies and partners.
  2. Ability to understand and follow oral and written instruction as stated on an IEP and make mathematical computations and tabulations accurately.
  3. Ability to operate modern office equipment (computer, fax, scanner, copier).
  4. Ability to operate the internet, Microsoft office, and Microsoft Outlook.
  5. Ability to fill in the Head Start teacher when needed.
  6. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to sit, stand, stoop, bend, walk, talk, hear, use hands to grip and type, reach with hands and arms, occasionally required to stand or walk on uneven surfaces, climb stairs, run, must be able to lift up to 50 pounds.

Minimum Qualifications:

  1. U.S. citizen or authorized alien.
  2. Minimum age 20 years.
  3. Associate Degree (or higher) or 2 years of college credit (48 semester hours minimum; to include English Composition hours, to include English/Reading 6 hours, Special Education Courses – 6 hours, and Mathematics – 9 hours) or Para Pro Assessment results (minimum score of 450) and high school diploma.
  4. Willingness to meet and complete certification standards that have been set by the Louisiana State Department of Education and Catholic Charities Archdiocese of New Orleans Head Start Program within one year of being hired.
  5. Effective oral and written expression.
  6. Previous experience and ability to work with special education students across multiple environments.
  7. CDA certification.

Essential Functions:

  • Ensure classroom activities (including transitions) are age and developmentally appropriate, as well as aligned with the Head Start Philosophy.
  • Ensure classroom interactions are and developmentally appropriate, as well as aligned with the Head Start Philosophy.
  • Ensure playground interactions are age and developmentally appropriate, as well as aligned with the Head Start Philosophy/Licensing Regulations.
  • Assist with the creation/implementation of lesson plans that reflect planning for individuals, small and large groups according to Policies and Procedures, including IEP goals and objectives as needed.
  • Assist with the preparation of materials and supplies in advance for activities.
  • Assist in creating a sense of community in the classroom through relationship building and allowing children to complete routine tasks.
  • Assist in implementing approved weekly lesson plans in the classroom daily.
  • Assist with ensuring that Teaching Strategies Gold reflects accurate information on each child.
  • Assist with the Creative Curriculum and the Head Start Child Outcomes Framework to create a developmentally appropriate learning environment for all children.
  • Use screening, ongoing assessments, information from parents and other staff to meet the learning needs of each child.
  • Assist in the provision of a daily balanced schedule of child initiated and adult initiated activities.
  • Assist in ensuring that modifications are made to include children with special needs.
  • Assist with providing experiences and learning materials that are representative of children’s cultures.
  • Learn and express key words in children’s home language.
  • Assist with all screenings, assessments, and observations on each child according to program calendar and Policies and Procedures; ensuring all required information is contained in each child’s file.
  • Ensure classroom compliance with State Licensing Regulations, Head Start Performance Standards, CACFP (Child and Adult Care Food Program), and agency policies and procedures.
  • Participate in child staffing to discuss strengths, needs and goals for children and families.
  • Assist with entering and reviewing all documentation into ChildPlus and TSG according with program calendar and Policies and Procedures.
  • Monitor classroom and playground for health and safety concerns according to procedures.
  • Establish effective communication with families through monthly calendars, newsletters, home visits and parent/teacher conferences.
  • Complete daily health inspections and follow-up documentation.
  • Complete and submit accident reports in the required timeframe.
  • Ensure sanitation, hygiene procedures and health practices are strictly adhered to daily and assist in the daily maintenance of the classroom.
  • Ensure CLASS (Classroom Assessment Scoring System) score for classroom is at or above established program threshold.
  • Ensure family style dining.
  • Check email a minimum of two times daily.
  • Submit accurate and timely employee time, attendance and mileage reports.
  • Secure and document in-kind contributions, volunteer time, and community support.
  • Attend training and in-services as assigned.
  • Ensure all paperwork is accurate and submitted timely
  • Adheres to Agency’s HS/EHS confidentiality policy, professional ethics and standards, demonstrating work habits which comply with agency personnel policies and procedures.
  • Regular Attendance and timely arrival to assigned work site.
  • Other duties, as assigned.
 
Head Start Teacher Assistant
The Head Start Teacher Assistant works under the supervision of the Head Start Teacher. The Head Start Teacher Assistant assists with organizing classroom space and equipment to meet the individual needs of children enrolled. The Head Start Teacher Assistant assists in planning, with the supervisory staff members activities in all areas reflecting Early Childhood Development practices, which will encourage children to: initiate activities, solve problems, explore, experiment, question and learn by doing. CDA certification or Associate’s Degree in Early Childhood Education, Human Services or a related field preferred. Proven proficiency in verbal and written communication skills.

Head Start Teacher
The Head Start Teacher works under the supervision of the Center Director.  The Head Start Teacher will be responsible for the organization of classroom space and equipment to meet the individual needs of children enrolled including the provision of activities in all areas reflecting Early Childhood Development practices, which will encourage children to: initiate activities, solve problems, explore, experiment, question and learn by doing.

Required Knowledge & Abilities:

  1. Knowledge of Early Childhood Education and best practices.
  2. Ability to communicate proficiently in English with children, families, staff and community agencies and partners.
  3. Ability to understand and follow oral and written instruction and make mathematical computations and tabulations.
  4. Ability to operate modern office equipment (computer, fax, scanner, copier).
  5. Knowledge of special needs of families and aware of ways to effectively communicate and assist them.
  6. Ability to operate Microsoft Word, Microsoft Outlook, and the internet.
  7. Ability to be a mandated reporter for suspected child abuse or neglect.
  8. Ability to work in another position when needed.
  9. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to sit at child’s level; stand; stoop; squat; bend; walk; talk; hear; use hands to grip, type; reach with hands and arms, occasionally required to stand or walk on uneven surfaces; climb stairs; run.

Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education or Child Development or Associate’s degree with five (5) years’ experience working in Early Childhood Education.  Proven proficiency in verbal and written communication skills.

Essential Functions:

  • Ensure classroom activities (including transitions) are age and developmentally appropriate, as well as aligned with the Head Start Philosophy.
  • Ensure classroom interactions are age and developmentally appropriate, as well as aligned with the Head Start Philosophy.
  • Ensure playground interactions are age and developmentally appropriate, as well as aligned with the Head Start Philosophy/Licensing Regulations.
  • Complete and submit lesson plans that reflect planning for individuals, small and large groups according to procedures, including IEP (Individualized Education Plan) goals and objectives as needed.
  • Create a sense of community in the classroom through relationship building and allowing children to complete routine tasks.
  • Implement approved weekly lesson plan in the classroom daily.
  • Prepare materials and supplies in advance for activities.
  • Ensure that Teaching Strategies Gold reflects accurate information on each child.
  • Gather, maintain and review data toward Outcomes and School Readiness Goals three times per year in Teaching Strategies Gold according to program calendar.
  • Use screenings, ongoing assessments, information from parents and other staff to meet the learning needs of each child.
  • Provide a daily balanced schedule of child initiated and adult initiated activities.
  • Ensure that modifications are made to include children with special needs.
  • Promote and respect children and families’ culture by providing experiences and learning materials that are representative of children’s cultures.
  • Learn and express key words in children’s home language.
  • Ensure that all screenings, assessments, and observations on each child are conducted/completed according to program calendar and policies and procedures; ensuring all required information is contained in each child’s file.
  • Ensure classroom compliance with State Licensing Regulations, Head Start Performance Standards, CACFP (Child and Adult Care Food Program), and agency policies and procedures.
  • Participate in child staffing to discuss strengths, needs and goals for children and families.
  • Utilize computer and Child Plus program to enter, maintain and monitor data for recordkeeping and tracking purposes according to program calendar.
  • Monitor classroom and playground for health and safety concerns according to procedures.
  • Establish effective communication with families through monthly calendars, newsletters, home visits and parent/teacher conferences.
  • Complete daily health inspections and follow up documentation.
  • Complete and submit accident reports in the required timeframe.
  • Ensure sanitation, hygiene procedures and health practices are strictly adhered to daily and assist in the daily maintenance of the classroom.
  • Ensure CLASS (Classroom Assessment Scoring System) score for classroom is at or above established program threshold.
  • Mentor teacher assistants, substitutes, and volunteers.
  • Ensure family style dining.
  • Check email a minimum of 2x daily.
  • Submit accurate and timely employee time, attendance and mileage reports.
  • Secure and document in-kind contributions, volunteer time, and community support.
  • Attend training and in-service as assigned.
  • Ensure all paperwork is accurate and submitted timely.
  • Adheres to Agency’s HS/EHS confidentiality policy, professional ethics and standards, demonstrating work habits which comply with agency personnel policies and procedures.
  • Regular attendance and timely arrival to assigned work site.
  • Other duties, as assigned. 

Housekeeper
Housekeeper ha the primary responsibility for cleaning the center in such a way to promote health and safety while reducing the spread of infection. It is the role of the custodian to follow daily, weekly and monthly cleaning schedules, but not limited to, the classroom, kitchen, office areas, bathrooms, storage areas and entrances. The Housekeeper follows the cleaning schedule when the children are not in the center so no interference with their care occurs. The Housekeeper may also be responsible for performing additional duties not stipulated below. If so, these duties are specified as an addendum to this description. These additional duties may include general building and grounds maintenance laundry, maintaining cleaning supplies, etc. It is preferred that the Housekeeper have training in the custodial field and a high school diploma/GED. Experience in the custodial filed desirable. Knowledge of proper cleaning methods required. 

Teacher (St. Paul)
The Lead Teacher in any Head Start program is responsible for assisting in the planning and coordinating programs at his /her location. She/he is also responsible for supervising teachers and students at his/her location. She/he may coordinate and plan with other Head Start agencies. The Lead Teacher will assist in choosing and training staff. She/he is responsible for the planning and implementation of a comprehensive child development program that meets the Head Start definition of curriculum in all program options and setting. She/he is responsible for working with staff to provide ongoing program development that meets state and federal regulations and guidelines. Under the direction of Head Start Administrative Team, the Head Start Lead Teacher shares in the responsibility for the daily oversight of center operations, including assurance of compliance with minimum standards and standards established to assure a high-quality program. Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood/Child Development. Proven Proficiency in verbal and written communication skills.

IMMIGRATION SERVICES

Bilingual Case Manager, Unaccompanied Children's Project
 CCANO’s Unaccompanied Children’s Project serves unaccompanied immigrant children who were temporarily in custody of the Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) and reunified with sponsors. The Program aims to provide legal representation for over 650 clients a year, as well as case management and social service referrals, counseling, and other clinical interventions for a subset of clients with special needs. The Bilingual Case Manager will provide social support services and referrals to these children who are identified as most in need. The position involves contact with children from Central America and their families, with a special focus on youth who have suffered abuse, abandonment, neglect, or other trauma, and who require support services in conjunction with legal representation.

Essential Job Responsibilities:

Provide culturally and linguistically appropriate post-placement services and comprehensive case management services for children recently reunified with sponsors, including:

  • Conduct psychosocial assessments and background interviews using child welfare principles and social work best practices
  • Develop individual service plans and monitor client progress with particular attention to culture, language, and special circumstances;
  • Provide information, education, referrals, outreach, advocacy, and support to ensure that children receive the services they require (i.e. appropriate medical, mental health, education services, etc.);
  • Coordinate with key stakeholders – Includes building a network of relationships with social service and outside care providers to ensure holistic care
  • Conduct outreach to the community – Includes developing and updating referral resources and psychosocial resource materials to meet the special needs of recently released unaccompanied children, may also include development and co-facilitation of group activities for clients and families;
  • Develop, maintain, and update case management files and reporting databases to ensure timely compliance with monitoring and documentation standards; maintain confidentiality of information;
  • Submit regular written reports as required and track individual progress via relevant database(s);
  • Assist attorneys to identify cases in need of more specialized case assessment, develop child-friendly interviewing skills, develop strategies for legal case management, work with clients to prepare supporting documentation for their legal cases, and provide in-court interpretation as needed.

Qualifications:

  • Spanish reading, writing and speaking fluency required;
  • Bachelor’s degree required with emphasis on psychology/sociology/ Latin American studies preferred;
  • Two years of relevant experience with a minimum of one years’ experience in case management preferred, particularly working with, serving, and advocating on behalf of immigrants and/or experience in child welfare, child placements, and family preservation;
  • Ability to work with a culturally diverse population and sensitivity to the special needs of multi-cultural immigrant children, adults, and families;
  • Strong interpersonal skills, verbal and nonverbal communication skills, and attentiveness to detail;
  • Ability to prioritize duties in a fast-paced environment;
  • Good knowledge of relevant community resources in the Greater New Orleans area;
  • Comprehensive knowledge of software appropriate to the office environment;
  • Must have a valid driver’s license, insurance, a clean driving record, and personal transportation. Position may require frequent local and long distance travel and ability to travel with limited notice.

Job Status: Full-time (Exempt)

Application Deadline: Applications accepted on a rolling basis.

To apply, please email cover letter and resume to psantos@ccano.org with subject heading: “Bilingual Case Manager, Unaccompanied Children.”


Citizenship Instructor (Part-time)
The Citizenship Instructor will present an organized series of classes to one level of Adult English Learners who are legal permanent residents and possibly eligible to apply for naturalization. The teacher will be required to: Follow a 10 week curriculum and turn in lesson plans on a weekly basis; Operate in an English immersion model: and Follow policies and procedures required by funders and CCANO. Six hours of evening classes per week will take place two days per week, generally Monday through Thursday at the Kenner site. Assessment for class placement and post-tests for measuring progress will be administered for each student. Data will be maintained on students’ attendance, assessment scores, and pass rates on Citizenship examination. Bachelor’s degree highly preferred. Teaching certification or enrollment in teacher training program highly preferred. At least one year prior ESL or Citizenship teaching experience required. Training will be provided on administering CASA and AACE English language proficiency assessment.

Citizenship Project Coordinator (PRN)
 the CCANO Pathway to Citizenship Project Manager will be responsible for managing naturalization application services and citizenship instruction services under a two-year grant funded by the Department of Homeland Security. The project managers’ responsibilities include: ensuring compliance and reporting with grant and agency requirements/policies, program development, tracking of services rendered and data reporting in table and narrative formats, ensuring allocation of program income and grant funding is in compliance with budget, conducting community outreach, supervising staff and volunteers, assisting with grant application/revisions, and other tasks as necessary.  

 Essential Job Responsibilities:

  • Supervise citizenship instruction services, including: managing 2 citizenship instructors,  organizing site locations and scheduling of  quarterly classes, assisting with student enrollment, recruiting volunteer instructors and keeping track of volunteer hours, ordering supplies, advertising and community outreach to ensure target enrollment is reached, providing general support to instructors (including feedback on instruction performance, working with instructors on plans for student retention and organizing opportunities for personnel training);
  • Supervise naturalization application services, including: grant compliance with respect to performance outcomes to ensure that target numbers of clients are screened for naturalization eligibility and target numbers of naturalization applications are submitted each quarter, providing general support to BIA Reps (including conducting quarterly case file review to ensure compliance with grant requirements and ensuring phone calls are returned and appointments are scheduled in a timely manner);
  • Public relations and community outreach (including organization of workshops as needed), including: preparing and disseminating informational fliers on citizenship classes and the naturalization process, brochures on community resources; advertising on local media outlets; conducting outreach in partnership with other community agencies and at community events that target the population of LPRs eligible to naturalize;
  • Recruit and supervise volunteers, including: ensuring volunteers are trained and that their hours are tracked, ensuring that each citizenship instructor has the assistance of at least one volunteer every quarter, recruiting volunteers to assist with clerical work and schedule appointments for naturalization application services;
  • Collect data on naturalization and citizenship instruction services, and submit Quarterly and Final Performance Reports. Quarterly Performance Reports include completion of a report data table and narrative report focusing on: program accomplishments, progress and challenges meeting goals, staff and organizational development activities, student assessment and progress, outreach activities, volunteer recruitment and training, staff changes and promising practices. The final performance report shall include cumulative quantitative data, program accomplishments and challenges, and any promising practices related to provision of naturalization services;
  • Ensure that program income and grant funding is allocated according to budget.
  • Ensure good communication with funding agency, facilitate site visits, and prepare new grant proposals as needed.

Clinician
CCANO’s Unaccompanied Children’s Program serves unaccompanied immigrant children who were temporarily in custody of the Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) and reunified with sponsors. The Program aims to provide legal representation for over 1,000 clients a year, as well as case management and social service referrals, counseling, and other clinical interventions for a subset of clients with special needs. The Bilingual Clinician will provide services to these children who are identified as most in need. The position involves contact with children from Central America and their families, with a special focus on youth who have suffered abuse, abandonment, neglect, or other trauma, and who require support services in conjunction with legal representation.

Essential Job Responsibilities:

  • Provide clinical, supportive, and crisis counseling services; individual, group and family therapy as necessary;
  • Deliver evidence-based treatment intervention (i.e., Trauma-Focused Care, Infant Mental Health);
  • Oversee the behavioral program or treatment interventions associated with the client’s treatment plan;
  • Participate in treatment and/or multidisciplinary teams and/or peer review as required by the program;
  • Provide in-depth clinical assessment, diagnosis of clinical conditions, treatment plans and intervention under appropriate supervision.
  • Provide and supervise culturally and linguistically appropriate post-placement services and comprehensive case management services for children recently reunified with sponsors, including:
  • Conduct various background interviews and needs assessments using child welfare principles and social work/clinical best practices (including but not limited to placement/home studies and need for post-release services);
  • Develop individual service plans and monitor client progress with particular attention to culture, language, and special circumstances; Provide information, education, referrals, outreach, advocacy, and support to ensure that children receive the services they require (i.e. appropriate medical, mental health, education services, etc.);
  • Coordinate services with key stakeholders – Includes liaising and building a network of relationships with other professionals, para-professionals, and social service providers and establishing standard protocols and referral procedures to ensure holistic care and ongoing monitoring;
  • Conduct outreach to the community – Includes developing and updating referral resources and psychosocial resource materials to meet the special needs of recently released unaccompanied children;
  • Develop and maintain clinical records and program documentation according to contract and other relevant standards (assessments, treatment plans, progress notes, termination summaries, etc.), including maintenance of case management systems, reporting databases, and files to ensure timely compliance with monitoring and documentation standards; maintain confidentiality of information;
  • Submit regular written reports as required and track individual progress via relevant database(s);
  • Complete billable units and enter applicable data into data systems in a timely manner;
  • Assist attorneys to identify cases in need of more specialized case assessment, develop child-friendly interviewing skills, develop strategies for legal case management, and work with clients to prepare supporting documentation for their legal cases;
  • May be required to facilitate and/or support psycho-educational classes and/or groups such as parenting skills, independent living skills, anger management, behavior management, substance abuse, etc.

Qualifications:

  • Spanish reading, writing and speaking fluency required;
  • Master’s degree in Social Work, Psychology, Marriage and Family Therapy, Mental Health Counseling or other relevant behavioral science in which clinical experience is a program requirement from an accredited institution required;
  • Minimum of one year of postgraduate direct service delivery required. Two years of postgraduate direct service delivery and experience working with immigrant children and families in a clinical setting experience preferred;
  • Previous experience in child welfare, child placements, and family preservation preferred, with an emphasis on adolescents preferred;
  • Valid clinical licensure or eligibility for clinical licensure in Louisiana;
  • Ability to work with a culturally diverse population and sensitivity to the special needs of multi-cultural immigrant children, adults, and families;
  • Strong interpersonal skills, verbal and nonverbal communication skills, and attentiveness to detail;
  • Ability to prioritize duties in a fast-paced environment;
  • Good knowledge of relevant community resources in the Greater New Orleans area;
  • Comprehensive knowledge of software appropriate to the office environment;
  • Must have a valid driver’s license, insurance, a clean driving record, and personal transportation. Position may require local and long distance travel and ability to travel with limited notice.
  • To apply, please email cover letter and resume to asalinas@ccano.org with subject heading: “Bilingual Clinician, Unaccompanied Children.”
 
Project Assistant
 The Project Assistant will work under the Clinical Care Manager and Project Coordinator to provide administrative support to the social services and legal staff of the Unaccompanied Children’s Project. Main objective is to ensure that program staff are compliant with grant and agency policies and procedures, assist with team forms and monitoring deadlines, and assist with revising and developing clear and streamlined program protocols. 

Responsibilities include but are not limited to: Assisting Clinical Care Manager, Project Coordinator and other clinical staff in document review and other aspects of case preparation; conducting intakes; drafting certain documents and forms for review; corresponding with clients by phone, email and in person; managing appointment schedules; filing deadlines and document collection; organize and review case files and records in physical filing and case management software; mailing; assisting with special projects, as necessary. Other tasks may also be assigned.

Qualifications:

Bilingual in Spanish and English (written and oral) required.

Bachelor’s degree preferred.

Experience working in a clinical or mental health environment and/or other relevant experience working with immigrants and/or vulnerable populations strongly preferred.

Strong interpersonal and culturally competent communication skills.

Respect for others and sensitivity to the needs and issues affecting people of diverse backgrounds.

Ability to work independently and develop creative solutions is desired.

Strong organizational skills and attention to detail for a fast-paced and high volume environment.

Ability to maintain strict confidentiality regarding all case and client information.

Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook, and ability to learn immigration database/software.

 
Supervising Attorney (Immigration)
The Supervising Attorney will supervise a team of BIA Representatives and Attorneys who provide legal services to immigrants. This includes oversight of legal services provided by these staff members and providing training, technical assistance, and general programmatic support.

The Supervising Immigration Attorney will also provide quality legal representation to a caseload of immigrant children and adults, and will prepare cases for submission to the USCIS and EOIR, including but not limited to, applications for asylum, Special Immigrant Juvenile (SIJ) status, and/or T or U nonimmigrant status, family petitions, naturalization applications, cancellation of removal, and other forms of immigration relief. S/he will also represent these clients in court when needed. S/he will coordinate all aspects of client’s case, including client communication, relevant research, drafting personal statements, preparing immigration forms, writing briefs, drafting court motions and orders, and advocacy with law enforcement and other agencies.

Additionally, the Supervising Immigration Attorney will:

  • Provide overall programmatic/administrative support to assist in the supervision of legal assistants, legal interns, and volunteers.
  • Provide support to pro-bono coordination efforts including pro bono recruitment, placement, mentoring, technical assistance, training, development of standard policies and procedures, etc.
  • Support the Managing Attorney and Director on legal advocacy issues related to immigration, including trainings and presentations to a wide variety of audiences.
  • Participate as needed in program-wide and grant-specific data collection.
  • Participate in meetings with immigration legal service community-based organizations.
  • Support administrative functions in furtherance of grant implementation.
  • Qualifications:
  • Juris Doctor Degree with active membership in a State Bar required; Louisiana license strongly preferred.
  • Bilingual in Spanish and English (writing and speaking) required.
  • Minimum two years or more experience practicing immigration law, or three years of other relevant experience; clinical experience will be counted.
  • Two years prior management/supervisory experience preferred.
  • Demonstrated strong public presentation skills.
  • Demonstrated understanding of law firm and corporate pro bono culture, and ability to represent CCANO’s legal programs before a variety of stakeholders.
  • Experience with legal representation of unaccompanied children, immigration, and/or child dependency proceedings.
  • Experience working with children and/or survivors of abuse and trauma preferred.
  • Ability to work independently to manage a substantial workload with deadline pressures.
  • Competence in communicating and interacting with others of diverse cultural, geographic, and economic backgrounds in a professional and compassionate manner, including interacting with individuals experiencing substantial levels of emotional, physical, financial, or other hardship.
  • Ability to use basic Microsoft Office programs and online database software.
  • Candidates must successfully complete required background checks and clearances.

PACE

Center Manager
The PACE Center Manager is responsible for coordination of all center activities including care planning and implementation preparation for Interdisciplinary conferences and of daily meetings. Ensures the established CMS/DHH regulations and standards are met; Understands the PACE Regulations and Level II Reporting. Responsible for the HR management of all C.N.A.’s. Able to function well in a team environment. Possess good organizational, communication and supervisory skills. Able to effectively handle difficult and unusual interpersonal situations. Graduate of an Accredited RN School with state of Louisiana licensure in good standing with at least 5 years’ management experience in geriatric related services such as previous DON of LTC facility or Hospice Agency. 

Physician (Part-time or full-time)
Provide direct primary medical care to all participants of the program.

Qualifications: Graduate of an accredited School of Medicine. Fellowship training in geriatrics preferred.  At least two to three years’ experience, and one year experience working with a frail/elderly population.  Current license to practice medicine in Louisiana, valid driver’s license and reliable transportation.  Must have proven clinical leadership skills and the ability to get along with others in a team environment. 

Essential Functions:

  • Performs comprehensive history and physicals on new referrals.
  • Performs interval history and physicals on established participants; completed at intake and quarterly or as indicated.
  • Evaluates and treats participants with episodic illnesses in clinic, nursing facilities, and home.
  • Refers participants to and oversees care by medical specialist as indicated.
  • Admits participants to the hospital:   (a) provides primary care (attending) responsibilities for management; (b) provides updates to the team on a regular basis; (c) judiciously utilizes specialty consultants; (d) responsible for coordinating discharge planning with the team.
  • Manages all care of participants in the nursing home;   (a) provides regular visits; (b) performs telephone contacts with nursing home staff as required; (c) admits nursing home participants to hospital when necessary.
  • Actively participates in family conferences.
  • Participates in team meetings, committees, and work groups as assigned.
  • Communicates participant changes to team members
  • Participates in the development of the IDT Plan of Care
  • Participates in the coordination of a 24 hour care delivery
  • Completes all documentation in the medical record as required
  • NP Collaboration
  • Perform Nursing Facility, Hospital, and Home visits.
  • Assumes any other duties that may be assigned.
 
RN Care Manager
Responsible for assisting the needs of the participant/family and coordinates process to facilitate the participant’s efficient movement through the health care continuum. The RN Care Manager has accountability for reviewing/monitoring appropriateness and necessity of admission, intensity of service, and continued stay. The RN Care Manager communicates with physicians, Nurse Practitioners, and other case managers, nurse manager/staff nurse, social workers, outside agencies, and ancillary department to effectively manage clinical and financial outcomes, identify opportunities to reduce cost and length of stay while maintaining or enhancing quality of services. The RN Care Manager’s scope will embody the six core components of case management throughout essential and specific job: Psychosocial Aspects; Healthcare Reimbursement; Rehabilitation; Healthcare Management and Delivery; Principles of Practice; Case Management Concepts. The RN Care Manager will assist with assessments for home, nursing home, and hospital participants; explains PACE services and philosophy to participants/families; assesses participants and family status based on the physiological, psychosocial, spiritual, and emotional needs presented. The RN Care Manager will assist with the development of a written plan of care with IDT defining goals and nursing actions based on needs identified in assessment, utilizing Hospice, community and facility services when applicable; verbally interprets plan of care to all care providers; implements the plan of care under the direction of the PACE Center Manger or designee, ensuring compliance with the federal and state regulations the plan of care on a regular basis and as necessary to meet the changing needs of the PACE Participant and caregiver. The RN Care Manager must demonstrate skill in interpersonal relationships with PACE participants, families, nursing, home staff, co-workers and community support services. Candidate must be a graduate of an accredited school of nursing and must possess an unencumbered RN License in the state of Louisiana. Bachelor of Science in Nursing, at minimum 3 to 5 years of continuous nursing experience with at least one year in a geriatric area, prior experience in home health, case management, wound care, medical-surgical experience and one year supervisory skills. Able to effectively handle difficult and unusual situations. CPR certificate required.

PADUA COMMUNITY SERVICES

DSW
The Direct Support Companion performs routine duties to insure patient comfort, hygiene, and wellbeing. This position requires experience with the patient population.  It requires the ability to communicate effectively in both oral and written forms.

Minimum qualifications:

  • be able to lift up to 50 lbs, be able to walk, bend, squat, turn in the knees, back, wrists and shoulders, and grasp with both hands (in order to properly perform the techniques taught in CPR/First Aid, Client Intervention Techniques, and Lifting and Carrying Techniques);
  • must be able to see and hear with or without correction;
  • be able to speak, read, and write English;
  • for some positions, employees must be able to pass a TB test.

Knowledge, skills and abilities:

  • Experience w/patients
  • Ability with lifting weight
  • Good communication and written skills

Essential functions:

  • Performs routine daily duties in caring for patients under supervision.
  • Performs duties to insure patients’ comfort and daily hygiene.
  • Performs duties in a manner that assures the patient personal privacy and self-respect.
  • Conducts group classes by managing the activities appropriate to clients’ age and levels of functioning.
  • Assist in the transportation of clients for facility outings and help in the ambulating of clients in daily routines.
  • Assists with general housekeeping duties within the facility.
  • Attends in service training, staff meetings, and program functions.
  • Performs all required reports.
  • Performs other duties as directed by the supervisor.
  • Physical Demands: Moderate physical activity performing somewhat strenuous daily activities of a primary administrative nature.
    • Stand less than 33% of time.
    • Walk between 33% to 66% of time.
    • Use of hand to finger, handle or feel required over 66% of time.
    • Use of hands and arms to reach over 66% of time.
    • Climb (stairs) between 33% and 66% of time.
    • Full ability to talk and hear.
    • Correctable vision required.
    • Able to lift/carry up to 30lbs.
 
PRN Licensed Practical Nurses (Days/Nights, 48 hours monthly)
Responsible for assessments, documentation medication, administration, administration of prescribed treatments, care plan initiation, implementation and review, notifies supervisor/Medical Director of any changes in patient status or complications. Communicates with clients and families as required, Attends in-serve, trainings, and maintains license and certifications as required.  Unencumbered Louisiana Practical Nursing License; at least 1 year of practical nursing experience in an medical-surgical, nursing home, or long term care setting.  Graduate of an accredited school of practical nursing. 
 

PADUA / SUPERVISED INDEPENDENT LIVING

DSW
The Direct Support Companion performs routine duties to insure patient comfort, hygiene, and wellbeing. This position requires experience with the patient population.  It requires the ability to communicate effectively in both oral and written forms.

Minimum qualifications:

  • be able to lift up to 50 lbs, be able to walk, bend, squat, turn in the knees, back, wrists and shoulders, and grasp with both hands (in order to properly perform the techniques taught in CPR/First Aid, Client Intervention Techniques, and Lifting and Carrying Techniques);
  • must be able to see and hear with or without correction;
  • be able to speak, read, and write English;
  • for some positions, employees must be able to pass a TB test.

Knowledge, skills and abilities:

  • Experience w/patients
  • Ability with lifting weight
  • Good communication and written skills

Essential functions:

  • Performs routine daily duties in caring for patients under supervision.
  • Performs duties to insure patients’ comfort and daily hygiene.
  • Performs duties in a manner that assures the patient personal privacy and self-respect.
  • Conducts group classes by managing the activities appropriate to clients’ age and levels of functioning.
  • Assist in the transportation of clients for facility outings and help in the ambulating of clients in daily routines.
  • Assists with general housekeeping duties within the facility.
  • Attends in service training, staff meetings, and program functions.
  • Performs all required reports.
  • Performs other duties as directed by the supervisor.
    • Stand less than 33% of time.
    • Walk between 33% to 66% of time.
    • Use of hand to finger, handle or feel required over 66% of time.
    • Use of hands and arms to reach over 66% of time.
    • Climb (stairs) between 33% and 66% of time.
    • Full ability to talk and hear.
    • Correctable vision required.
    • Able to lift/carry up to 30lbs.Physical Demands: Moderate physical activity performing somewhat strenuous daily activities of a primary administrative nature.

REFUGEE SERVICES

AmeriCorps Employment Services Success Coach (Temporary)
CCANO’s Refugee Services Program provides holistic case management to support refugee self-sufficiency. The Employment Services Success Coach will enhance the effectiveness of CCANO’s Refugee Employment Services through the management of career counseling and financial literacy services to newly arrived refugees and other vulnerable populations granted a humanitarian visa. These services include; employment services, financial literacy education, job readiness training, job placement follow-up, and job retention services. The Employment Services Success Coach will also provide general administrative support to the Employment Services program, as needed.

This position is for a full-time AmeriCorps Employment Services Success Coach. For more information on the AmeriCorps program, including stipend and other requirements, see: http://www.nationalservice.gov/programs/americorps/americorps-vista.

Essential Job Responsibilities:

  • Develop and manage relationships with employers, employment agencies, universities, and community-based organizations;
  • Manage the planning and implementation of financial literacy trainings;
  • Conduct comprehensive career counseling services;
  • Conduct initial and ongoing client job retention initiatives;
  • Provide regular support to employable clients;
  • Develop and maintain thorough records of progress, contacts, and program goals and outcomes;
  • Oversee employment services program evaluation activities and develop tools to measure program effectiveness.

Qualifications:

  • GED/ High School Diploma or equivalent required. BS/BA with background in social work, business, Latin American/Middle Eastern/World Studies, or related field from an accredited institution preferred;
  • Project management experience preferred;
  • Cultural competence and a good understanding of diverse immigrant populations, as well as sensitivity to the special needs of refugee adults and families;
  • Strong oral/written communication and interpersonal skills, including ability to maintaining effective and professional work relationships;
  • Strong management and organizational skills, in particular time management and multi-tasking;
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, especially Word and Excel;
  • Ability to work independently with minimal supervision, and maintain professionalism and confidentiality;
  • Proficiency in Spanish, Arabic, Tigrinya, Amharic or other languages highly valued;
  • Access to reliable personal transportation required.

Job Status: Full-time (Volunteer/Stipend)

Application Deadline: Hiring Immediately.

To apply, please email resume and cover letter to Stephen Lack at: slack@ccano.org 

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